It’s Teacher Appreciation Week. Somedays, it’s the very small things that get us through. Diet Coke. Chocolate. Coffee. The laughter of our kids. Share these with a teacher you love… and let them know they matter! Happy Downloading!
Click the poster to download full size. Free for classroom, personal use, and to make another teacher’s day. Enjoy!
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Do you ever stop and think about the things you do each day? The things that last? The things that stick in the mind of a child or a colleague for years to come. The little kind thing you do secretly the makes someone else’s day. The relationship you build with a kid that changes a life. One day, years from now, the things that will last. The ones that matter. Those are your “footprints on the moon.”
Just don’t let the gravity of life bring you down.
One small step…
one day at a time.
A bold announcement to the world that our room’s a mess and we embrace it. Learning is what happens when your original plan falls through. Sometimes you look around the room and the cardboard is flying, the experiments are in progress, the pencils are missing, kids are looking for masking tape, a computer just crashed, and the microphone cords are tangled…again. All this before 9:30 am. But, really, would you have it any other way? Learning IS messy. :)
You can click the posters to head to their Flickr page and download ‘em if you’d like to print them for your classroom. Thanks to Scholastic for sharing one of these posters, or confessions so-to-speak, on their Facebook page tonight! Have fun making a mess tomorrow…. or learning!
Thanks to Jana for the inspiring quote. Click here to download the poster.